Cameras and more generally all worldwide machine vision technologies, have become essential in controlling traffic (ITS), offering high-quality images even under the most demanding of conditions. The high speeds present in the traffic sector require sensors with high sensitivity technology, typically built around a large numbers of pixels allowing clear images to be obtained, even though the exposure times are short. With the increase in automatic number plate recognition systems (ANPR), also known as LPR (License Plate Recognition), image quality is of essential importance.
These systems also need to be flexible such they can satisfy the customisations required by different local institutions.
Electronic Police Monitors Traffic Violations in China
It’s been a long road since the first traffic light was installed outside the British Houses of Parliament in London in 1868.Traffic conditions have changed considerably since then, and so has the number of people participating in road traffic…